Venture into the past at Boot and Flogger, opened in 1964 and decked out with old-style furniture and fashionably-worn wood panelling. Dine on smoked fish and succulent meats, and choose from the exquisite wine list that Davy's is renowned for, offering fulsome blends by the glass and bottle. A separate fine wines list allows for indulgence, with special vintage labels. Relax in an extravagant leather armchair or sip in the sun on the outdoor patio.
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Boot and Flogger
Redcross WayLondonSE1 1TA
Now this is a pub with character. Dark, oak, old school. It's a little off the beaten track, it looks like it's closed, but it's worth the 5 minutes off the high street.
I didn't have time to eat, but the menu looked good and reasonably priced. I did grab a snack of flatbread and hummus. Not exactly hard to get wrong, but this was really good. Flatbread was nice and warm, hummus...more
This was the first stop on my honeymoon to London and I'm so glad it was! We were seated in the back in what seemed like the kind of big comfy leather chair you would find in your father's private office. I loved the old style and presentation of the menu. (Both elements added such character to our experience) Since it was our first night in town we decided to keep it low key and just have a...more
Authentic British Gastropub. Great wine. Great food. Large portions.
We went to The Boot and Flogger on a rainy Tuesday night. We arrived at 7:30 PM and the pub was full. The decor is masculine, old and British, if a bit dusty. The patrons where we were seated were a bit loud but in a charming way. (But I could see where some would be offended by their salty language.) They have a fantastic...more
Great place. Very atmospheric. Only had drinks so can't comment on the food. Like an old pub straight out of a Dickens novel.
Can be a little tricky to find -- it's down a street that appears deserted and can look a little creepy at night. No worries, just watch your map and the doorways as you walk by, you'll find it.more
This is a cool space and the staff is nice enough, but they really have a nerve calling themselves a wine bar. The selection is poor, but the biggest problem is that they pour their wines by the glass out of the same measuring cups without even the pretense of a rinse, and then leave them face-down marinating in a soup of all the other wines they've poured that night. I brought this to the...more